Vaginal infections (vaginitis) occur in most women during their lifetime and can be extremely uncomfortable. We spoke with Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, a leading women's health expert and consultant gynaecologist to find out more information on how to maintain a healthy vagina.
For some women who live with polycystic ovary syndrome, they may find it very hard to lose weight due to their raised insulin levels, which can be triggered by eating processed carbohydrates. Here one of our expert gynaecologists and fertility specialists Mr Himanshu Borase explains how you can keep your weight in check if you live with PCOS.
A woman can be completely unaware that they have PCOS and then they start trying to conceive and realise that there is suddenly a problem in trying to get pregnant. We spoke to expert gynaecologist Mr Karoshi on the links between PCOS and how it affects fertility.
In most cases, ovarian cysts are benign and can clear up on their own without treatment. We've asked one of our consultant gynaecologists Mr Sandeep Sharma for his expert opinion as to why an ovarian cyst may occur in the first place, how it is detected and how it can be treated.
Endometriosis is when a specific tissue (endometrium) grows outside your uterus, rather than inside it. This challenging condition can pose risks to your fertility if left undetected and untreated. Mr Borase explains in this article why it's so difficult to detect and what treatment is available for those affected.
Vaginal atrophy often happens after the menopause. It can also happen to women who breastfeed, take breast cancer medications or have recurrence risk-reducing intervention such as the removal of both ovaries. Symptoms of vaginal atrophy include dryness and thinning of the vaginal skin Over the past ten years, a new treatment has been developed and is now used by leading consultant gynaecologists worldwide. Mr Mahantesh, a top consultant gynaecologist based in London, spoke with us and shared with us some ways it can be treated.
Hysteroscopy is an extremely effective procedure that is carried out using a hysteroscope, a thin, lighted tube featuring a camera. It is often ideal if you're experiencing abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain or fibroids in the womb. We spoke with Mr Sandeep Sharma, a top gynaecologist to discuss more details, what happens during the procedure, some of its risks and if there are any alternatives available.
Expecting a baby is an exciting and emotional time! During the first few months, you can expect various changes to your body; some which are harmless and others which may need some more attention. London-based obstetrician and gynaecologist, Dr Sharmistha Guha, gives us an overview of some of the most common complications a woman can face in the first trimester.
London based gynaecologist, Mr Arvind Vashisht follows on from his previous article about surgical options and alternative treatments to explain how the operation for vaginal prolapse is carried out and what to expect during the recovery period.
If you have been diagnosed with vaginal prolapse, you may need to decide whether surgery is the right option for you, or whether an alternative form of treatment is better. One of our top gynaecologists Mr Arvind Vashisht explains everything you need to know about the risks, benefits and complications of surgery and what alternative treatments there are.